Instructional Design

Are you struggling with creating training content that resonates with your audience?  Fret no more.  Our instructional design methods is research-based, a key component to making training content relevant to your audience.  One instructional design methodology we leverage is the ADDIE model (Analyze, Design, Develop, Implement, Evaluate). 


Analysis: The analysis phase of the ADDIE model focuses in research.  In understanding the instructional need, the instructional designer can determine the goals and objectives of the course.  From there, based on pre-instruction surveys, a learner analysis and learning tasks help determine the timeline of the instructional project.

Design: The design stage of the ADDIE model kickstarts the planning process of the instructional event.  Documents such as a program overview, a lesson plan, a syllabus and practice outlines help determine the schedule and agenda of the course.

Develop: The development step in the ADDIE process defines the course content, and when applicable, includes media production stages

Implement: The implementation segment of the ADDIE model emphasizes on the curriculum, its delivery methods, the tools, technologies, books and materials leveraged as well as the testing procedures that will secure learning outcomes.

Evaluate: The purpose of this final milestone in the ADDIE model is to identify areas of the instruction that worked well vis-à -vis areas that need improvements.  Based on this information, the instructional designer goes back to the drawing board to make modifications from the beginning of the ADDIE process.  This is part of a continuous improvement process.